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Bridget Riley Wall Painting 1 Screenprint

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Hand signed and numbered by Artist Bridget Riley
Bridget Riley Wall Painting 1 Screenprint

Date: 2007

Signed By: Bridget RIley In Pencil On Front

Edition: 150 World Wide

Dimensions: image size 39 x 73 cm sheet size 56 x 91.5 cm

Atelier: Printed by Artizan Editions in the UK

Condition: Excellent And Framed

Medium: Screenprint on Arches wove paper

British Pounds£4400
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Euros€5430
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Bridget Riley
Wall Painting 1.

date
2007

medium
screenprint

edition size
150

image size
39 x 73 cm

sheet size
56 x 91.5 cm

description
Screenprint in four colours on wove paper. Signed and dated
in pencil lower right by Riley, titled and numbered lower
left.

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE (born April 24, 1931 in Norwood,
London) is an English painter who is one of the foremost
proponents of op art.

Bridget was born in London and spent her childhood in
Cornwall and Lincolnshire. She was educated at Cheltenham
Ladies' College. She studied art first at Goldsmiths College
(1949-1952), and later at the Royal College of Art (1952-
1955), where her fellow students included artists Peter
Blake and Frank Auerbach. Her early work was figurative with
a semi-impressionist style. Circa 1960 she began to develop
her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white
geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and
produce a disorienting effect on the eye.

During her early career, Riley worked as an art teacher at
the Loughborough School of Art in 1959, then at the Hornsey
School of Art, and from 1962-1964 at the Croydon School of
Art. She also worked as an illustrator for the J. Walter
Thompson advertising agency prior to giving it up in 1964.

Riley lived and worked with fellow Op Artist Peter Sedgley
during the latter half of the 1960s. Together they created
the artist's organization SPACE, with the goal of providing
artists large and affordable studio space.


Comes framed in original Plexiglass frame. (slightly marked
frame)
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